Why These Health and Wellness Groups Support 3 Daily Servings of Dairy
Eating three daily servings of dairy foods like milk, cheese or yogurt can help people close key nutrient gaps, contributing to nutrient-rich, healthy eating patterns.
Many trusted health and wellness organizations support the role of three daily servings of low-fat and fat-free dairy foods in building healthy and nutritious eating patterns as outlined by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
The list includes The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; Feeding America; School Nutrition Association; Food Research and Action Center (FRAC); the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition; National Hispanic Medical Association; and Action for Healthy Kids.
How can you get three servings a day of dairy into your diet? For starters, here are 9 Simple Ways to Help You Get 3 Servings of Dairy.
Need more resources? Check out how three servings daily of dairy can contribute to a healthy well-being:
- Infographic: Three Servings of Milk Deliver a Unique Nutrient Package
- Eating Recommended Servings of Yogurt May Be Linked to Lower Risk of High Blood Pressure
- How One Serving of Dairy Can Improve a Mediterranean-Style Diet
You can download the above infographic by clicking on the button to the top right.